[alsa-devel] Can someone verify support for "AzTech Sound Galaxy Nova 16 Extra II-3D - using AZT-2316/R Chipset - FCC-ID:I38-MMSN846" ?
rene.herman at gmail.com
Thu May 17 01:23:56 CEST 2007
On 05/15/2007 10:50 AM, ramkromberg at mail.com wrote:
> You did it Rene !!!
> >sudo ./eeprom
> >sudo modprobe snd-sgalaxy sbport=0x220 wssport=0x530
> It's working now !!
Great. Thanks for testing/reporting.
> I downloaded the binary (i didn't compile the code), chmod it, sudo it
> and the sgalaxy worked !!!
> the sb8 didn't work but I don't really care for that anyhow :-)
Mmm. That was probably then since the card was already in WSS mode. If you'd
boot straight into Linux (from a hardware reset/machine off state certainly)
and run that "eeprom" tool as the first thing you do, then:
modprobe snd-sb8 port=0x220 irq=5 dm8=1
should work. If not, I have some further figuring to do. I did figure out
how to switch the card back to SB mode from WSS mode already, but am seeing
some trouble with where (and how often...) to reset the DSP to have it back
again after that.
> For the record, I tested it on xubuntu 7.04 with xmms.
> Are you now planning to implement the code to the driver itself ? If you
> want me to test anything, let me know.
Yes, this will find it's way into an ALSA driver shortly. Since I'm seeing
some trouble again with putting the card back in SB mode from WSS mode I'm
giving it a bit of a rest for now while I continue the things I actually
_should_ have been doing right now (...) but I will make sure a new driver
gets submitted that supports our EEPROM-less Sound Galaxies...
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